Enjoy Comfortable & Meaningful High Holidays
@ Skylake Chabad!

The holidays are such a special time, so spiritual, so full of meaning and emotion, and we are so excited to spend them with you! Thousands of wonderful Jews like yourself have spent the holidays with us over the past 20 years, and we can’t wait for you to join us too. The environment is comfortable, the energy is positive and uplifting, and the people are friendly. 

All prayers will be @ the Skylake Chabad Shul 18801 NE 22nd Ave,33179 

No membership No payment required

Just bring your Jewish soul, an open heart, and your friends and family.

We firmly reject the “pay to pray” model. We are very aware that we need to raise funds to provide services, so we do ask people to contribute generously, but we believe that this is Hashem’s house, and the He wants every Jew to feel at home regardless of how much money they contribute. 

He wants you to come and connect; to Him, to your people, to your soul, and to your community. For the entire service, or just for a few minutes, whatever works for you, just come.

The Team

Rafi Rosenberg

Rabbi, Chazan, Chief of Inspiration

Hindy Rosenberg

Chef, Challah Baker, Awesome Kids Program Morah

Looking forward to seeing you!

What to expect


Even if you cannot follow every prayer or understand everything that is going on. The sound of the shofar, the meaningful words of the rabbi and the warm and friendly atmosphere will make this High Holidays special and inspiring.


The services are in Hebrew, the songs are traditional, seating is separate ... but there are English and Spanish prayer books and the pages will be announced frequently.

Great Food!

We are Jewish after all, and what would a Jewish holiday be without great meals. The meals will be hosted at the Rabbi's house, and are open to all, but by reservation only.


We will have an amazing children's program for all children under Bar and Bat mitzvah. Children must be registered and there is a separate suggested donation for each child attending.

Holiday Schedule

Rosh Hashana

Friday, Sep 15

Shabbos, Sep 16

Sunday, Sep 17

Evening Services

6:50 PM - Skylake Chabad Shul

Shacharit Services

9:30 AM

Shacharit Services

9:30 AM

Candle Lighting

7:07 PM

Kids Program

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Kids Program

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Make sure to light additional 24 hour candle for Sat night

Evening Services

7:05 PM


11:30 AM

Candle Lighting

after 7:58 PM

From pre-existing flame

Evening Services/Tashlich

6:30 PM

Yom Kippur

Sunday, Sep 24

Monday, Sep 25

Candle Lighting/Fast Begins

6:57 PM

Shacharit Services

10:00 AM

Kol Nidrei

7:00 PM

Kids Program

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Kids Program

7:00 - 8:30 PM


12:30 PM


5:45 PM


6:45 PM

Kids Program

6:45 PM

Shofar/Fast Ends

7:48 PM - Hopefully In Jerusalem 🙂